Anonymous sources have confirmed that leaky brain syndrome might have been the cause of Uncle Joey’s latest venture in search of a thought of his own, and not finding one, stumbled upon something Dr. Jill might be thinking.
“I think everybody wants me to run, but we’re going to have discussions about it. I hope Jill and I get a little time to sneak away for a week between Thanksgiving and Christmas, and my guess is it will be early next year when we make that judgment,” Biden stated. – via theamericantribune.com
Everybody = Jill. Sneak away for a week? Oh okay! This from the man who has spent more than a quarter of his time in office on vacations, getaways, trips to ice cream shops and walks along the yellow brick road in search of a brain.
In other mind-numbing news:
“Two years ago we were a great nation, and we will be a great nation again,” Trump said in a not-so-subtle comment. “Not to detract from tomorrow’s very important even critical election… I’m going to be making a very big announcement on Tuesday Nov. 15 at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach,” he said of a likely third serious presidential campaign. – via theamericantribune.com
Yes…just what this country needs. The nutjob who kickstarted the scamdemic with his state of emergency declarations, his operation warp speed jabs of chemical sludge, and talk, talk, talk about doing this or that, most of which he just continued yapping about for 4 years.
But we take pause here, and thank the gods that with the midterm elections vaudeville just ending – where no candidates ran on ending the medical tyranny, stopping the war, promoting peace, holding the shysters who brought this insanity to account for their misdeeds and criminal behavior, to name just a few of the insanities from the past 2 years that’s been ignored – that now, there is the next distraction… the 2024 presidential race.
I wonder if Americans will be as savvy and knowledgeable about their choices in the next selection race as they were in the mid-terms?
Dead Candidates win US Elections – via rt.com
Pennsylvania state Representative Tony DeLuca won his race for the state Congress in a landslide victory on Tuesday. The only problem – he died last month, leaving officials in an odd position as they prepare another election to fill the vacant seat. DeLuca is just one of multiple deceased politicians to score wins this week.
While he passed away from lymphoma at the age of 85 on October 9, by that point it was too late to alter the ballot or advance a new candidate in DeLuca’s place. As Pennsylvania’s longest-serving representative, he easily prevailed over his challenger, Green Party candidate Zarah Livingston, receiving nearly 86% of the vote as counting concluded on Wednesday afternoon.
Way to go Pennsylvanian voters. Awesome!
But we must have distractions, lest we see other things going on in the world.
Ukraine’s Largest and Most Modern City has No Electricity or Running Water – Mission Accomplished? – via healthimpactnews.com
The plight of people living in Ukraine has taken a backseat to the theatrics of the U.S. mid-term elections for the past week or so, so if you have not seen any of the news reports coming out of Ukraine, it appears that the war is effectively over, as the capital city of Kyiv, along with other major urban areas, have had their infrastructure destroyed, as people face cold weather with no electricity, and have to line up for hours just to get water.
There is an old lesson of warfare that says “never believe your own propaganda.”
After the initial Russian strikes against Ukraine’s power grids and infrastructure the general narrative was that Russian cruise missiles and drones were ineffective, inaccurate and that the country’s utilities would be back up and running in no time. The message was reticent of previous propaganda out of Ukraine which requires constant theatrics of impending victory. As long as they act as if they are winning, billions in NATO dollars will continue to flow.
Russian tactics were decidedly restrained in the early months of the conflict, with the Kremlin mostly avoiding precision attacks on vital resources, including power, water and internet. This is a departure from traditional military doctrine, which the US followed when it invaded Iraq and decimated vast segments of their grid utilities at the onset of the war.
The Russian pull-back to lines in the Donbas region was a clear indication that their strategy was about to change and that wider strikes were inevitable.
Now, Ukraine’s grid amenities are being systematically destroyed, and it is reported that Ukrainians in major cities like Kyiv are lining up for blocks daily just to fill a few meager jugs with fresh water at city well pumps.
The lack of access to utilities changes the dynamics of the war drastically.
With winter looming, millions of civilians will face cold months without electric heat, light or easy access to water and food.
The predictable end result of this will likely be a flood of refugees into Europe. (Source.)
And while just a few weeks ago the corporate media was whipping everyone up into a frenzy about possible nuclear strikes by Russia, or false flag attacks inside Ukraine which would have escalated the war, this week the corporate media is widely reporting that negotiations with Russia, by both the U.S. as well as Ukraine, are now back on the table. (full article)
Will any of these shysters who promoted and funded this hell be held accountable?
Not a chance.
“I’m fed up to the ears with old men dreaming up wars for young men to die in.”
Tonight’s musical offering:
Arvo Pärt: ‘Spiegel im Spiegel’ ~ Leonhard Roczek – Cello, Herbert Schuch – Piano